IMT seminar "Aktuelle Arbeiten auf dem Gebiet der Mikrosystemtechnik"
Recent research projects in microsystems technology
Prof. Dr. Jan G. Korvink, Prof. Dr. Manfred Kohl
Location: KIT Campus North, Institute of Microstructure Technology, Building 301, Room 405
Time: Tuesdays 3 p.m.
External persons who would like to participate in the seminar are asked to contact the secretariat to get a link to participate via a zoom meeting.
Bistable actuation based on SMA foil actuators (for energy harvesting)
Bidirectional and bistable SMA micro/nanoactuators
Fabrication of 3D architecture using near-field electrospinning
Photoluminescence of Dipolar Rotors in SURMOFs
Ultra-Low Charge Bunch Arrival-time Monitor with femtosecond timing resolution
Re-Programmable 3D Micro Matter using self-folding origami
Gas sensors based on SnOx nanowires
Correlated Characterization of Glasswing Butterflies
Fabrication of 3D architecture using Near- field electrospinning
Construction of an assembly line for miniature valves
Investigation of phototaxis in Cyanobacteria
Impact of Separation on the Performance of Thermomagnetic Energy Harvesters
Axisymmetric CFD and heat transfer in a high frequency pulse tube cryocooler
An Approach to Portability of EPR Systems
Extra seminar on Tuesday, 23.2.2021 at 4 p.m.
Utilizing Laser-induced Methods for the Roll-to-Roll Fabrication of Bio-inspired Surfaces
Optimal Control Applications in Magnetic Resonance
Curious ways to fabricate carbonaceous materials and their applications
Long term stability of X-ray gratings
Fullerene-Passivated Sn-Pb Mixed Perovskites Enable Efficient Four-Terminal All-Perovskite Tandem Solar Cells
High throughput parallel NMR metabolite screening
Investigation of the Human Antibody Response against a staphylococcal antigen